The Genie Bra!

Boys, this post might not be for you. I am going to tell my fellow ladies how awesome the Genie Bra is. So unless you get some weird kick out of reading about ladies’ bras or you want to pass the info onto the lady in your life, I suggest you skip this post. So ladies! I don’t know about you but I’m a very lucky gal. I’ve been wearing a 36E sized bra for the past year or so. Since I lost weight I dropped a back size but my boobies insist on staying put. I hate under wires but with my big baps I can’t go for the non wired option as they just seem to hang and it is not a pretty sight. Despite me working out, they’re so heavy the wires are the only thing that will keep them in place and I don’t feel like I’m about to tip forward. I was rather interested but skeptical to see the Genie bra from Geniebra.co.uk on television. They boast good support, mould to your body and no longer will you be wearing the wrong bra size as it’s estimated over 80% of us are doing. I liked the idea of no wires and essentially a little cropped top that would keep my boobs in their correct place. But as I said, I was skeptical. I’ve tried many products over the years to no avail. Nothing has kept them where they’re meant to be unless they have a wire. But I decided to bite the bullet and order them. They do have this product on Amazon but after seeing some of the reviews, I decided to go directly to the supplier as the price was not much different. I’m a firm believer in quality and you may as well get the real product than a copy. They arrived on Monday, I ordered them last Monday and they said it would be 4 to 5 working days so it was pretty spot on. Opening the bag, someone said on the amazon reviews that the proper ones came in a box, mine didn’t but they are from the company that makes them so I think they could have just changed the packaging. It says you should order your dress size and by that it means your top size, if it differs from your waist as mine does. I wasn’t sure whether to go for a UK size 14 or 16 as I can get away with some tops in a 14 but others need a 16. So I decided to risk it and order the 14 as I knew the material was stretchy and their returns policy seemed more than reasonable so I could exchange if I wanted. You get three bras, one of each of the colours for Β£39.99 in black, cream and nude. I tried it on, very excited to get it and was amazed!!! Let me tell you something. As much as I wouldn’t change the size of my boobs, I am one of those annoying women who is happy with her size, they have caused me nothing but trouble in regard to clothing throughout the years. All cropped tops and sport bras that are on the retail side of shopping, not from specific sport shops, have never fit me right. As I said, I fluctuate between a 14 and 16 UK size on many of my tops and dresses which can make some of my clothes look ridiculously baggy on my waist and back but they’re just there and squashed boobs is not a good look. So when I pulled this little top over my head, I was expecting bulges and unsightly things. What I got was a top that fit me perfectly and held my boobs up as a wired bra would. I even walked outside to show off my genie bra to my female neighbours. I cold not believe how well it fit. And the little pads inside the bra shape you so nicely. I’ve been wearing the bra today and yesterday and I’ve felt so supported yet not felt like I was wearing a bra at all in all the good ways. Bending down to do things isn’t a problem. I’m not falling out of the genie bra. I even jumped up and down yesterday to see if they’d fall out of the bottom, they stayed put. The real test will be my horse riding. On the site, it says light sporting activities so we’ll see how the Genie bra holds up in a canter and rising trot this weekend. Overall, after only two days, I can honestly say I’d recommend this bra to my bigger breasted female friends. I truly love it and most of you know that it takes a lot for me to be satisfied with something but I can honestly say this is one of the best investments to my boobs I’ve ever made. πŸ™‚

Marie

I am 29 and feel like I have more blogs than I care to think about. That's where Life without sight has come into it. I finally have grown up and stepped into the hosting world. Lets see how this goes :)

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